Process models are fundamental elements in the management of the business process in which process modeling plays a key role for the analysis and redesigning of processes, deployment of automation processes, and monitoring of the process performance. To provide a process model for supply chain, this book proposed a service-oriented methodology for the supply chain process modeling. This book begins by evaluating the existing service oriented reference models in order to determine the proper method for supply chain process modeling. As detailed business process modeling has primacy in SCM and as no modeling language and technique has the capability of presenting a holistic view of a business process model, the second section aims to evaluate the applicability of existing modeling languages and techniques for the appropriate selection of modeling techniques. The third section proposes the service-oriented methodology for the modeling of supply chain processes as a new artifact and to prove its applicability in two different case studies.